Seat Map Delta Airlines McDonnell Douglas MD 90

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Class Pitch Width Seats
First Class 37 19.3 16
Economy Class 31-32 17 129
Economy Comfort Class 34 18.1 15

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2.5 of 5 based on 8 user ratings


4 of 5
13 Helpful votes
Seat 3A
From Washington, DC-Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport (DCA)
To Minneapolis-Minneapolis - St. Paul Intl (MSP)

Delta has come under a lot of flak recently for pissing off a lot of Medallion members and changing their structure; however, their flights are still excellent.

These planes still haven't been upgraded with televisions, which is unfortunate considering these are 3+ hour flights. WIFI is nice though. The first class seats are narrower than other planes in the fleet, but it's still decently roomy. I'm a big guy (6'3" 240lbs), and I was able to comfortably stretch out without getting anywhere close to my seat mate.

Delta has, in my opinion, the quintessential domestic first class within the US. Courteous stewardesses that are polite, attentive, and address you properly. Pre-departure drinks. Coat check. Steaming hot towelettes. Wine that keeps flowing (my glass was never empty). Pretty good meals (Orzo with chicken breast was the best choice). Row 1 and 4 will spend a fair bit of time having a cart right next to them while stewardesses are passing through (only a front galley). Rows 2 and 3 are the best. Cheers!

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1.5 of 5
29 Helpful votes
Seat 10c
From Minneapolis-Minneapolis - St. Paul Intl(MSP)
To San Francisco, CA-San Francisco International(SFO)

Seat 10C the aisle seat of the "3 seats" side of the plane.

Horrible plane. The aisle does a zig zag from the 2+2 first class section to the 2+3 coach section. So people boarding the plane are going to bang into you and bang their luggage into you, as they make their way back to the plane.

Plus, Delta took out the Galley in the back, to add more seats. So for your whole flight, the staff will be coming and going - with and without carts and trays. More getting banged about while sitting in "economy comfort."

Much more economy than comfort, let me assure you.

Plus, even if you're in the FC section, there is no in seat nor overhead entertainment.

This is a tired old plane made more old and more tired by the fine folks at Delta. Best in class. Stop sitting in C.E. Woolman's desk and get off your butt and make the Delta customer experience something worth the $1,200 I paid for my coach seat today, Richard.

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3 of 5
15 Helpful votes
Seat 3B
From Tucson, AZ-Tucson International Airport (TUS)
To Minneapolis-Minneapolis - St. Paul Intl (MSP)

Unfortunately, Delta is using this plan on its three longer-haul flights out of Tucson these days, TUS-MSP and two flights TUS-ATL. First class is not bad, although the seats do recline a little far for comfort. Coach is coach. There is no IFE on these planes, which is not acceptable in 2014 on flights of 3-4 hours. On the plus side, FC seats do have power outlets to charge your iPad. Food service out of Tucson, even in first, is pretty bad because all meals are catered in. You can forget about a "delicious meal", especially on the am TUS-DL flight; all you get is cold cereal.

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341 Helpful votes
23 Reviews
Seat 1D
From Salt Lake City
To Chicago

For a domestic first class product on an MD-90, I was quite impressed with Delta! Because of the bulkhead, there is no one reclining into you and you have quite a bit more leg room which is quite nice on a longer flight. The service was very good, although the flight crew was not. The seat was extraordinarily confortable and with the added bonus of in flight entertainment made this aircraft quite enjoyable.

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2.5 of 5
30 Helpful votes
Seat 20a
From New York City
To Ft. Lauderdale, FL

For a couple that are 6' and weighs in at 250lb each, the flight was absolutely painful. We were crushed the whole way. I spent most of my time with one arm up in the air to gain a bit more room. While on the cruise that followed, I spent $50 in phone calls to insure that I could take a different plane back to NYC

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2 of 5
23 Helpful votes
Seat 20b
From Indianapolis, IN-Indianapolis International(IND)
To Portland, OR-Portland International(PDX)

Painfully long and boring flight. No video or audio available. tight seating. the headrest did not bend so you could lean your head and sleep. service ok, not very friendly though. I could hardly wait to get off. I'll never fly on this type of plane again unless it is the only way to get where i need to go.

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2.5 of 5
14 Helpful votes
Seat 32B
From Charleston SC
To Denver-Denver International (DEN)

My husband and I had seats 32 A&B which were not to bad.The leg room leaves a lot to be desired and the fumes from de-iceing made me cough. I have early COPD so oders make me cough. Food stinks, to prcey for poor qualiy. I hope you wanted honesty. Staff was very nice !!

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3 of 5
13 Helpful votes
Seat 39F
From Atlanta, GA-Hartsfield-jackson Atlanta International (ATL)
To Indianapolis, IN-Indianapolis International (IND)

This was a terrible seat on this aircraft. No window, and seated next to the engines the noise was very loud. Try to avoid if at all possible.

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3 of 5
18 Helpful votes
Seat 38D
From Toronto
To Minniapolis

Sounds of engines ARE bothersome!

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